Our Most Frequently Asked Questions

Nits are eggs which are laid by adult female louse. They are oval in shape and vary in colour from off white to caramel-y to light brown. They are firmly attached to one side of the hair shaft and are very small.
Head Louse is a parasitic insect that can be found on the head and, more rarely, the eyebrows and eyelashes of humans. Head lice feed on human blood several times a day and live close to the scalp to maintain their body temperature. Although lice prefer a clean hair it does not discriminate. Lice affect people of all ages and social background.Lousy Lice offers treatment, seminars and consulting in Winnipeg, Brandon and their surrounding areas.
Everyone is at risk of getting head lice; They are found worldwide. Infestation of head lice is most common among preschool and elementary school children as well as the household members of infested children.
Head lice move by crawling; They cannot jump or fly. They are spread by direct contact with the hair of an infested person. Anyone who comes in head-to-head contact with someone who already has lice is at risk of getting them.
Severe scratching, feeling of “something” crawling, as well as some redness on the back of the neck just below the hair line, often being accompanied by tiny bite marks behind ears and on the neck line.
Contact Lousy Lice and we will discuss treatment options right away.
We are Winnipeg based company and not only we are experts in lice eradication services we also provide environmental care services. We believe in education, support and customer service. We are only a click away to educate you on identification of lice, nits or dead eggs, and on the importance of your environmental care.
We take as long as it is required to remove all visible lice and nits (eggs).
On average Lousy Lice consultants spends 1 hour on short hair and 1,5 hour on a client with medium length hair.
Absolutely. Lousy Lice is so confident in our nit picking abilities that we guarantee our services. If any person (treated by Lousy Lice consultant) is found to still have lice two weeks after the SECOND visit, we will retreat that person free of charge.